Celebs on Sidharth Shukla’s untimely death: Life is so unpredictable, uncertain, celebrate life every day like it was your last

Sidharth Shukla took his last breath on Thursday September 2nd. The reason for the actor’s sudden death is said to be a serious heart attack. The news left the entertainment industry, its friends, fans and well-wishers heartbroken. He was only 40 years old and many are to come in terms of that loss. His untimely death leads everyone to face the harsh reality of life that is uncertain and unpredictable. The concept of long-term planning seems stale. Life is in the present, here and now. Aside from paying their respects and remembering their great actors and colleagues, celebrities also share their views on why it’s important to celebrate life:

Aly Goni

It was the most shocking news I heard after landing in Mumbai. He was a great person and my senior. I really wonder if human life is so cheap that anytime someone dies. Life starts at 40 and he died at 40. I’m speechless. I attended the funeral and want to disconnect since the lightning bolts from Sidharth come to mind. I wish his mother, his family and Shehnaz all the strength. May his soul rest in peace.

Sagar Parekh

The death of Sidharth Shukla is a great shock to us all. It also made me question my way of life. Am I really living life right because literally after Sushant Singh Rajput is this the second death we have encountered that is unpredictable, shocking and incredible? These people have lacked for nothing in life, I mean money, fame, contacts, but the question still arises, are we living right? I don’t think so, because literally after Covid, after so many things that have gotten off track since last year, it is obvious that people have so many problems and insecurities in everyday life that they cannot share with others or even share their closed parts.

It feels like we’ve never seen a situation like this before. I’ve observed a few things and even try to practice them in real life. I think people should have self-control, make the most of their time, and live mindfully and effortlessly. Look for a roadmap that leads to personal enlightenment. There was a time when people thought this was what my life would be like after 10 years. But they should stop thinking this, focus on the present, and give importance to both their mental and physical health. Your happiness should be your priority.

Stay healthy, eat healthy, smile a lot, love, be kind, help one another, and maintain a healthy lifestyle. I feel like I’m learning new things every day, especially in the last two years I’ve realized that our lives are uncertain. So we should celebrate every moment and accept things. I don’t have high expectations, I just work hard trying to find my happiness and peace in the little joys in life. That’s the key. Life is not perfect for anyone, we have to understand and accept the same thing and move on.

Kaveri Priyam

I was literally shocked and speechless after hearing the news. My condolences to all of his family, friends and all his fans. With Covid, life was certainly more unpredictable. Our parents taught us to save for the future, but it seems like times have changed now. It is the present that matters most. My idea of ​​celebrating life is to give 200% for anything and everything you want to do in a day, to be in the moment and spend time with loved ones.

Vijayendra Kumeria

It was an absolute shock. I thought it was a rumor and it took me some time to believe that this actually happened. May his soul rest in peace. Life is too unpredictable and we only think about the future and ignore the present all the time. Living in the present, taking care of yourself and our loved ones are the things we should focus on. Not to say to ignore the future and stop long-term planning entirely, but also to learn to live in the moment and make the most of your time today by thinking about the future. I enjoy both my work and my private life and let things come my way whenever they have to. The best way to celebrate life is to be grateful for what you have instead of being unhappy about what you want but don’t have yet. Life is much more than all of our stresses and worries.

Sheena Bajaja

I just want to say that I am shocked and don’t have enough words to say how this news made me realize how unpredictable life is. You never know what will happen next. Covid has completely changed our lives. We are losing so many people, so many of our loved ones, that we have stopped counting and it really breaks my heart to see what is going on around us.

Sneh Binny

Sidharth Shukla’s death was unfortunate and shocking. Nowadays anything can happen to anyone at any time. Long-term planning definitely seems stale now. It feels like it’s better to take one day at a time. But we are human, we always plan for the future, it’s just built into us, I think. I offer my deepest condolences to the Shukla family. May his soul rest in peace.

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